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Jan 8, 2013 11:00pm PST
in concord and 42 in livermore and 43 in napa. let's go outside to the skycam ra network. it is crystal clear right now in downtown. you can see the haze across the middle of the screen. that will be moving out as air quality will be improving over the next couple of days. let's get a look. we have the storm track producing rainfall across washington and oregon and plenty of cold air trapped back into the pacific. this is going to arrive and fast over the next 48 to 72 hours. temperatures will likely drop some 10 to 20 degrees in the forecast. as we have been mentioning, showers coming our way. cloudy skies from the north to the south bay tomorrow morning and gradually throughout the day, just a slight chance of a shower. we will save our best chance throughout thursday. it's not even a lot of rainfall. a lot of the forecast models pushing just offshore. it's a very slim chance to get a shower on thursday morning. if we see anything at all, even trace amounts here across the bay area like it's projecting, we will likely have snow at very low levels, potentially down to 1,000 feet. that would
Jan 22, 2013 5:00pm PST
than what you had for daytime highs. let's take you outside to live hd skycam ra, cloudy of you above, look at the defined area of haze in the center of the screen. the poor air quality for the past couple of days. it will stay with us for one more day before things start to improve. also up in the san francisco, hazy, flag on hd screen, very still. we'll get those winds eventually to transition more to an onshore wind through the next 24 hours. let's get you into the view right now. cold front just offshore, then here is what's so interesting about what's happening. subtropical moisture, flooding up from the south, meeting up with the cold front. we'll get a chance of showers, temperatures cool off for everybody, but with subtropical moisture in place, a little humid the next 24 hours. not quite like tahiti, but you will definitely notice a change in the atmosphere. as far as storm timeline, we'll be cloudy around midnight tonight and for tomorrow morning, 6:00, 7:00, mainly cloud cover across the bay area, but after 7:00 in the morning, we'll keep the chance of showers for the entir
Jan 8, 2013 5:00pm PST
meteorologist jeff ra rainieri tells us when to expect the changes. >> it felt like an early spring day for anywhere across the north bay, east bay and south bay. skycam networks also with plenty of sunshine. half moon bay with 66 degrees. that was one of our warmest, sunnyvale, 63, san jose, 61. look at that, by thursday, temperatures likely dropping into the 40s for daytime highs across parts of the north bay where santa rosa could go down to 49. we have this huge dome of cold air that's going to be sliding in from the gulf of alaska. that mainly arriving wednesday night into thursday for some of the coldest air of the season. we'll have a chance here with isolated showers and extremely low snow levels. in fact, snow levels could go as low as 1,000 feet. we're not expecting several inches, just a dusting at this point, but it looks like that can happen at twin peaks, skyline boulevard, highway 17 and mission peak back into the ea bay. so we'll talk more about this ever-changing forecast over the next seven days. and we'll have details on what all this means for the upcoming weekend in
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